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    Report: GM adding extra shift at Lordstown to meet expected Cruze demand *UPDATE
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    2011 Chevrolet Cruze – Click above for high-res image gallery
    It looks like General Motors is going to announce that Lordstown will be getting a third shift. Lordstown, Ohio is the plant where GM is going to be building its new compact Chevrolet Cruze, and apparently they think the demand ...

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    GM cuts 1,100 staff at Lordstown plant to meet slowing demand
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    Click above for more high-res shots of the Chevy Cobalt SS
    Less than 2 months ago the headline here was GM ramps up Cobalt production to meet demand. It's amazing how quickly things change in this crazy environment. Just months after adding a third shift at the Lordstown, OH assembly plant where ...

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    Cobalt owners take their cars home to Lordstown
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    Click above for high-res gallery
    Many people choose their car because it is an extension of themselves, their personality, their style and their passion. These folks tend to forge a deep attachment with their automobile, an inanimate object void of emotion. Despite that fact, a vehicle has wants ...

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    Cruze news: Cobalt replacement to get turbo'd 1.4-liter and 40 mpg
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    Rising fuel prices, both in the U.S. and abroad, means that automakers can now offer similar engines in vehicles sold throughout the world. According to Automotive News, General Motors' next small car, the Chevrolet Cruze, will be offered with a new 1.4-liter force-fed four-banger, putting out ...

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    Chevy Cruze to be built in Lordstown
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    click above for high-res gallery of next-gen Chevy Cobalt spy shotsWorkers at GM's Lordstown, OH plant just got another shot of good news from the General: the next-gen compact car from Chevrolet will be built there. The Chevy Cruze will replace the Cobalt, which recently had a third shift added to ...

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    McCain has no plans for Detroit bailout
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    Back in the late seventies and into early eighties, Chrysler had gotten itself into such horrid financial shape that the U.S. government decided to step in and fix the situation itself. Considering the sorry state of affairs that all three of the Detroit automakers find themselves in today, some ...

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